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Carol discusses how compliance requirements are not going away and, in fact, are increasing for some organizations.
Written by Carol Woodbury
Why am I talking about compliance? Compliance—in my opinion—is a tired term that was horribly over-used a few years ago. Every issue that security officers wanted to be resolved was somehow categorized as a “compliance requirement,” and every ad from all vendors—security-related or not—proclaimed the virtues of how their product solved your compliance woes.
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Let’s continue to explore the List data type methods! I’ll also present a particularly useful string method that you’ll want to port to RPG.
Written by Rafael Victória-Pereira
The last TechTip introduced the List data type and explained a few of its (many) methods. This one will pick up where the last one left off. If you read the previous article, you’ll know that there’s an intruder in the list of IBM i names: “S/38” should be removed. Let’s start there.
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